Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, £35000 - £48000 per annum + bonus + benefits
Job Type: Permanent
Managed by: Client Server Regional Team
QA Test Engineer (Manual Automation Python Java C++). Opportunity for a collaborative QA Test Engineer to join an award winning technology company that have an incredibly niche business model. You'll be part of a relaxed working environment with friendly people who value their employees and place a lot of emphasis on wellbeing, mental health and creating an overall positive company culture.
Due to the uniqueness of the industry and product offering, the role comes with very high job security with plenty of opportunities for growth and progression.
As a QA Test Engineer you'll work with Agile scrum teams writing manual and automation tests for new software features utilising Python. The company are moving towards more automated testing and you'll be able to work on a number of R&D projects such as migrating legacy windows applications to automation frameworks and writing automated tests in Python for embedded software.
Based just outside of Cambridge, with parking available onsite, you'll be working in modern offices alongside a fantastic team. You won't be expected to be in the office every day and will be able to work from home 2 - 3 days per week, however it is important you are within driving distance of the office as you'll need to come in on a weekly basis for stand-ups and meetings.
*Experience working as a QA Test Engineer / Manual Tester with experience of Automation testing (commercially or projects in your own time)
*Understanding and ideally an ability to code in Python (or any other OO language - Java, C++, C#)
*A collaborative team player who is keen to interact with others and continually learn
*Familiar with Agile principles
*Excellent communication skills
As a QA Test Engineer you can expect to earn a competitive salary (up to £48k) plus benefits and 10% bonus.
Apply today or call to have a confidential discussion about this QA Test Engineer (Manual Automation Python) role.